Feed the Front Lines Artwork

I've created a new original painting to represent New Orleans' Krewe of Red Beans' "Feed the Front Lines" program. Check out the nola.com story here.

The Red Beans Krewe has created a program that hires out-of-work musicians to deliver large orders of food from our local restaurants to doctors, nurses, and first responders. This beautiful symbiosis is uplifting our community by bringing love to the healthcare workers on the front lines, and providing jobs to our beloved musicians who cannot perform due to COVID-19. I’m proud to be on the artist team putting out imagery to boost the program! 4 visual artists have been commissioned to create illustrations inspired by a front lines photo taken by photographer Katie Sikora. This particular illustration features the Blue Louisiana Iris as a symbol of unity, and the Yerba Santa flower is also pictured on top of a pair of lungs. Yerba Santa has properties that ease breathing and emotionally assist in the processing of grief.

There are still some available prints from this edition of 11x17" fine art giclées.

“One More Time” commemorative mural is complete!

This expansive mural wraps around the corner of Oretha Castle Haley and Jackson Avenue, lighting up the corner with a bright and joyful color palette. It was painted to honor Big Chief Bo Dollis Sr. of the Wild Magnolias Mardi Gras Indians. Bo Dollis grew up on Jackson Ave, and now this magnificent portrait is permanently installed in his neighborhood. The surrounding residents love the mural and are proud to have it adorn the corner!